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graysonf
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Fort Lauderdale, FL
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reply to plencnerb

Re: [IPv6] Lost my IPv6 IP again....

You should have made note of the IPv6 address your computer obtained. It's possible it was one obtained by 6to4 rather an a native address.

If you suspect that native IPv6 really is available and the problem is with pfsense, then maybe you can try a copy of m0n0wall instead and see if that works - it does for me.



plencnerb
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Yeah, looking back I probably should have done that.

I can easily pull the PFSense box out of the mix, so I may do that again later today, and report what the actual IPv6 IP is that my desktop gets.

I know the one that PFSense was getting from Comcast back on 01/06/2013 was

2001:558:6033:ad:176:75ee:c24b:3d49

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graysonf
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2001:558:6033: is a Comcast native IPv6 address.

I believe the 6to4 addresses began with 2002: